Dave Rice 12:38 p.m., May 21
Blurt: San Diego Music News
The building formerly known as Canes and then SoundWave is coming back as a club, but with less emphasis on big-name concerts.
Longtime San Diego DJ Rich “Brother” Robbin, back on the air at 105.7/The Walrus.
Slightly Stoopid trumpeter/keyboardist Christofer “C-Money” Welter talks about his side band, Players Inc.
Interview with Bobby Bray of Innerds, who has a series of shows booked on the outskirts of San Diego, his “pre-postapocalyptic” tour that suggests San Diego is a military target.
Interview with lounge singer David Patrone, who has teamed up with cabaret and burlesque dancers.
Talent buyer/manager of Humphreys Backstage Lounge, Jeremiah Smith, was arrested for felony drunk driving. Will that change the Shelter Island venue’s ability to book shows?
“I went crazy writing this and it all came out,” says Jesse Eisner. “‘Esse Jeisner’ says all the stuff that is hard to think about and all the shit we don’t like to acknowledge.” Shit ...
Jim Ryan has to give up Cardiac Kidz but starts his own Jim Ryan Project.
Eastlake Church currently occupies Junior Seau’s former restaurant in Mission Valley.
How does songwriting fit in at the Writer’s Symposium by the Sea at Point Loma Nazarene University?